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An intriguing Canadian mystery set against the fascinating world of competitive horse sport. An engaging and entertaining read" - Elizabeth Elwood, author of The Agatha Principle and Other Mysteries It's 1992, and language tensions are roiling Montreal. But 100 kilometres away at the peaceful Le Centre Equestre de L'Estrie in Quebec's Eastern Townships, francophones and an ...more
Paperback, 476 pages
Published August 5th 2015 by Peloton Press
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Barbara Kay knows a thing or two about good writing. As one Canada’s most widely read columnists in the National Post, she’s expressed herself forcefully and cogently for years, never mincing her words, garnering the applause of readers and sometimes their ire. Anyone approaching her debut fiction may understandably ask themselves, is Kay as compelling at crafting narrative as she is at opinionating? The answer is an emphatic yes. Many of the strengths evident in her editorials also feature robu ...more
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This 2015 tale of murder and intrigue most Machiavellian is set in a 1992 horse sport community of Quebec's Eastern Townships, just south of the island of Montreal. Although well-paced and chock full of fascinating details about not only horse sport, but also pre-1995 Referendum angst, the story reads a bit like reportage in that the f-stop on the narrator's lens is rather rigidly set at too great a distance for this reader's taste.